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About the Movie
Can you remember the last phone call you had with your Dad? The stories he told and the life lessons he shared? Neither did Yogi Roth. He realized that he had never dealt with the emotions stemming from his father’s battle with prostate cancer. In a single moment, Yogi decided that he never wanted to say, "I wish I'd spent more time with my dad. " He immediately flew home and invited his father on a journey that would change both of their lives forever. LIFE IN A WALK follows Yogi Roth and his father, Will, on their trek along the Camino De Santiago, a famous pilgrimage through Portugal and Spain, where Yogi listens to, learns from and discovers more about his hero than he ever imagined. Through LIFE IN A WALK, Yogi hopes to inspire viewers to spend time with the people they care about while challenging them to break away from the daily rigors of life and technology to simply go for a walk with the ones they love.
We created this film to share an experience about a father and a son…but what we learned as we shared it in theaters was that this story is about much more than that. It’s about seeking the answers we all desperately desire and through each frame, it’s our dream that it serves as a subtle nudge to get people off their phones and looking one another in the eye, asking everything they dream of.
~yogi/will roth & team
Life in a Walk
Few movies are courageous enough to be honest and when you stumble upon those jewels, they have the power to inspire your own vulnerable introspection and exploration. The beauty of this film is that it’s not just about a father/son relationship; it’s about the power relationships have in our lives and how we often wait until it’s too long to really dive deep and get to know the people we love the most. It’s an important film, especially for a generation who chooses to communicate in 140 characters. We need films like this to remind us of our humanity and our desperate need to go deep, not wide.
It's a beautiful father son story.